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Jean-Pierre Catteau-Calleville

A general view of Sweden: containing, besides a geographical description of the country, an account of its constitution, religion, civil and criminal laws, population, natural riches, external and internal commerce, finances, money, weights, and measures: Together with the manners and customs of its inhabitants, the present state of the arts and sciences in that kingdom, and te form of government as established in 1772. Translated from the French of Mr. Catteau.

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London: Printed for G. G. J. and J. Robinson,Paternoster-row, 1790.
A general view of Sweden: containing, besides a geographical description of the country, an account of its constitution, religion, civil and criminal laws, population, natural riches, external and internal commerce, finances, money, weights, and measures: Together with the manners and customs of its inhabitants, the present state of the arts and sciences in that kingdom, and te form of government as established in 1772. Translated from the French of Mr. Catteau. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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Borrower Name Volume Date Out Date In Fine Transcribed
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Charles David Goold10/21/179111/7/1791View of Sweden
Daniel Cromwell3/5/18003/11/1800View Sweden
Ephraim Hart9/15/180011/18/18003/7View Sweden
Thomas B. Atwood12/27/18002/3/18012/10View of Sweden
Cornelius Augustus Van Horne3/1/18023/22/1802View Sweden
Archibald M. Cock3/31/18044/5/1804View Sweden
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